Making RSS more visible with slash feeds | Marcus Herrmann

A simple idea: collate all your feeds (RSS, ATOM, MF2, whatever) into one place. Marcus suggests a pattern of using the /feeds page (his is here). There have been some valid discussions on the IndieWeb slack about whether an English-language specific pattern is ideal, but overall I feel like it's a positive step until something better comes along. Personally I'd be interested in expanding on the idea and also having silo feeds (Twitter, Instagram etc.) linked on that page too, a little like Marcus does with Mastodon.

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